This course will cover the commercial law governing the methods of payment for business and other obligations. It will emphasize the traditional payment devices of checks and (promissory) notes under Article Three of the UCC and the related banking rules under Article Four. Substantial time may also be devoted to the growth of commercial law in the areas of credit cards, automated banking, debit cards, and the new rules for electronic transfers, as well as the fundamental con¬cepts of negotiability under Article Seven. Students may not take both this course and the general Commercial Law course nor the new Commercial Law: Secured Transactions and Payment Systems course.
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